New York 1766

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One of the finest plans of New York City is John Montressor’s detailed and decorative survey drawn near the end of the colonial period. It is attractively colored to show the topography and the developed area of the city, and an extensive legend identifies the locations of important buildings and places.

The museum quality edition of this plan is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper and in a larger size to highlight the colors and tones of this fine map.

Size: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches – Color, Cover-stock Paper

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